On 06/04/2019 03:06 PM, Stasiek Michalski wrote:
The renaming was hardly random, and it was a cleanup
after years of negligence
of yast-theme. No package in particular holds that mapping, the closer you will
get is breeze5-icons, which has majority of YaST icons supported upstream.
Icons for modules are loaded based on desktop file in each module, and each
module provides its own icon (at least they should do that). Otherwise the best
bet is to go through 70 repos that provide desktop files and icons and get that
info from there. I just did that a few days ago when updating YaST desktop
files to reverse dns schema , with swap for Name -> GenericName and
GenericName -> Comment for the sake of having a different name for modules on
the desktop than in ycc (Now modules mention that they are from YaST, which
makes searching through them in desktop environments with other applications
that might have shared the same name before a little bit easier).
Now I need to figure out translations there properly, and probably a million
other fixes to make YaST work better with everything else in the systems.
Also from my pov, ycc-qt3 is not sustainable, but I break YaST every week, so
I might not be the best arbitrator.
Thank you that helps. ycc-qt3 provides the seamless theme integration for
KDE3. At least from my pov, it is worth putting the time in to fix it since it
was flawless in 15.0, but all the icons disappeared in 15.1. Since there isn't
anything broken in ycc-qt3 other than getting the new icon names figured out,
it's simply a cosmetic issue.
openSuSE should be proud that is able to offer the best KDE3 desktop with
15.1, and a little effort spent keeping it that way is a small price to pay.
It provides the most capable "light-weight" desktop for aging x86_64
processors. (and for new hardware, you go from powered-off to full desktop in
11 sec. on SSD)
I'll work through the desktop files and see what else I need to pull in to fix
it. It looks like the easiest fix is just to build a ycc-qt3-icons package to
add the .png icons and symlinks. coolo did a good job with ycc-qt3. Worst case
we just have to add a .svg to QImage routine to use the new icons.
David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.
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